Sources: 英汉公共大词典; 英汉建筑大词典; 英汉农业大词典; CC-CEDICT; 英汉化学大词典; 英汉地质大词典; 英汉原子能大词典; 英汉医学大词典; Law Dictionary
This complexity is not an aberration or something to be wished away: it's the new reality, and one that we have to address.
In that sense, the two “lost decades ” of economic stagnation in Japan since 1990 may turn out not to be an aberration but a taste of things to come.
Is it something that occurs by freak accident, some physiologic aberration, that occurs and causes great distress and suffering amongst mankind?
And though Communist leaders don’t “do” apologies, Mr Hu must persuade the world that a prickly year has been an aberration.
“These figures are always reported as shocking, ” notes Shirky, as if anything but a nice bell curve were an aberration, but Pareto distributions pop up all over.
He still grapples with whether his dad's attack was pre- meditated, or a momentary mental aberration.
All of the aberration behavior, which happened on the students of the university, have been punished.
Spherical Aberration -- causes light rays passing through a lens (or reflected from a mirror) at different distances from the optical center to come to focus at different points on the axis.
Astigmatism -- a lens aberration that elongates images which change from a horizontal to a vertical position on opposite sides of best focus.
We wish we could tell you that higher food prices are just a short -term aberration.